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Photos From Day Three of Pedro Bravo Trial

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Erika Friman, the girlfriend of victim Christian Aguilar, looks up during a break in her testimony during the murder trial of Pedro Bravo in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Wednesday, August 6, 2014. (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

Erika Friman, the girlfriend of victim Christian Aguilar, continues her testimony from yesterday during the murder trial of Pedro Bravo in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Wednesday, August 6, 2014. (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

Erika Friman, the girlfriend of victim Christian Aguilar, blows a kiss to the Aguilar family during a pause in her testimony during the murder trial of Pedro Bravo in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Wednesday, August 6, 2014. (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

Erika Friman, the girlfriend of victim Christian Aguilar, blows a kiss to the Aguilar family during a pause in her testimony during the murder trial of Pedro Bravo in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Wednesday, August 6, 2014. (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

Erika Friman, the girlfriend of victim Christian Aguilar, breaks from her testimony after becoming emotional during the murder trial of Pedro Bravo in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Wednesday, August 6, 2014. At back are Bravo’s parents. (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

Erika Friman, the girlfriend of victim Christian Aguilar, continues her testimony from yesterday during the murder trial of Pedro Bravo in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Wednesday, August 6, 2014. (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

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